Save when you order all three of Wendy’s reader’s together with all three DVDs, and her latest book!
5 minutes a day is all the time you need to achieve:
• Better balance in the saddle
• Improved body control from head to toe
• Increased influence with your seat
• Flawless leg position and subtle aiding
• Quieter, softer hands and contact that your horse can trust
• Less physical stiffness, tension, and riding-related pain
• Confidence in your ability to communicate clearly with your horse
In just 5 minutes a day you can improve a horse that’s:
• Unwilling to go forward or “dead” to the leg
• Hollow-backed, high-headed, or above the bit
• Heavy on the forehand and unbalanced
• A chronic “puller,” “leaner,” or “head tosser”
Start or end your riding sessions with Wendy’s 5-Minute Fixes, and you’ll be amazed how quickly you can replace old habits with new ones, get out of your “riding rut” and transform what you can’t do to what you can do!
Hardcover, many photos and illustrations, 202 pgs.
The Effortless Rider Reader
The newest in Wendy’s Series of Readers!
Table of Contents:
• The Not So Frequent Rider
• The FELDENKRAIS METHOD® for Effortless Riding
Introduction and Overview.
• Improving Your Weight Aids The Pelvic Clock
• Shim Your Stirrups – For a better base of support.
• How To Get Your Heels Down
• A simple solution to a common riding problem.
5-Minute Warm Up #1 Find your hips.
5-Minute Warm Up #2 Free your rib cage.
5-Minute Warm Up #3 Lengthen your spine.
Anatomy of A Good Seat Reader
Table of contents:
• Article 1. Gravity and Riding
Our skeleton- a bowling ball, a flexible straw, a bowl and a pair of stilts
• Article 2. Gravity Part 2
The horse’s skeleton: a bowling ball, a flexible straw, a bowl and two pairs of stilts
• Article 3. The Equine Seesaw:
How the horse can horizontally counterbalance the bowling ball
• Article 4. If only we had X-ray vision:
A closer look at how the horse functions
• Article 5. Rider Self-Carriage
• Article 6. What the Saddle Does
The Essential Elements of Lateral Work Reader
Table of Contents:
• Introduction to Lateral Work An overview of lateral movements.
• Laterally Related Part 1 – A characteristec grouping of latearl movements.
• Laterally Related Part 2 – A characteristic grouping of circular movements, or “are you dizzy yet?”
• Laterally Related Part 3 – Moving on Three Tracks “Put the right foot in, take the right foot out, put the right foot in…”?
• Laterally Related Part 4 – Moving From One Lateral Movement to Another “Which way to Millinocket?”?
• Laterally Related Part 5- Connecting Circular Figures “Pirouettes in Your Parlor”
The DVD Series – Ride Like a Natural Collection
Part 1. Sitting Right on Your Horse
In this DVD Wendy shows you why it is important to sit in line with gravity and how to find this solid, safe position.
Part 2. Timing it Right on Your Horse
When you are in good alignment you will have the potential to communicate clearly with your horse. In Part 2 Wendy shows you how to time your aides within the horse’s movement to minimize your aids and maximize your horse’s responsiveness.
Part 3. Get on the Equiball® with Wendy Murdoch
In Part 3 Wendy shows you exercises you can do on off the horse to improve your riding on the horse. These lessons are tailored to specific movements and positions on the horse.